By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor
Sir Oswald Moseley, baronet, 4th cousin of Queen Mother Elizabeth, was said to be the most hated man in England. Interned during the war along with his wife Diana for opposing Britain’s entry into World War II, Mosley was reviled as a Fascists, leader of Britain’s “Blackshirt” movement. He was also a powerful public speaker and, as history has that nasty habit of proving, not just correct in his predictions but so correct as to be psychic. Mosley was portrayed as racist and opposed to Britain’s working class. Moseley and the British Union of Fascists could best be described as anti-Communist though even this is an oversimplification. As we learn, Mosley simply “got it.”
Released after the war, Mosley worked to create a single European state to stand against the Soviet Bloc. He died in 1980.
His message, however, is more than worth listening to: